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ii3> 144, 247, 249, 254, 256,
258, 260, 261, 315, 346, 385,
ii. 161.

Americans and Patmore's
poems, i. 155, ii. 332.

"Analogy," see Butler.

" Ancient Mariner, The," i. 53.

Andrews, Dr., i. 86, 126-128,
164.

Andrews, Emily Augusta, see
Patmore, Emily A.

"Angel in the House, The," i.
159-177; the hero of, i. 59;
proposed illustrations for, ii.
234, 258; reception by the
press, i. 170; "Athenaeum"
and, i. 170, ii. 231, 255-256;
criticisms on ii. 178-179; Al-
fred Austin on, ii. 370-371 ;
Aubrey de Vere on, i. 159,

172, 175, ii- 336-339> 34i-
343 ; Carlyle on, n. 309-
311 ; Father Hopkins on,
ii. 349; Ruskin on, i. 117,
II. G



ii. 278-279, 291 ; Henry
Taylor on, ii. 340-341 ; men-
tioned, i. 92, 96, 97, 99, 113-
114, 116, 117, 119, 121, 141,
144, 156, 201, 209, 244-248,
254, 256, 259, 261, 270, 278,
281, 302, 309, 340, 388, ii. 10,
40, 51. 123, 124, 178-188,
192, 223, 224, 231, 381, 383,

384-
Angelo, Father, letter from, ii.

377-379-
Anselm, Father, ii. 133.
"Anthusa,"i. 295, 314.
"Anti-Jacobin, The," i. 329, ii.

217, 250.
Aphorisms and Extracts from

Patmore's writings, ii. 57-91.
"Aphrodite," i. 302.
"Apologia," Newman's, i. 309.
Aquinas, St. Thomas, i. 79, 253,

ii- 5.. 52, 86, 443-445-.

"Architectural Styles," i. 109.

Architecture, Patmore on, i. 109,
ii. 43, 161, 196, 199, 207-208,
301, 387 ; Carlyle on Pat-
more's works on, ii. 313-

314-
Arnold, Dr., ii. 152.
Arnold, Matthew, ii. 184, 239.
"Arrows of the Chase, The,"

Ruskin on "The Victories of

Love " in, ii. 280-282.
Art, see " Ethics of Art," and

" Principle in Art."
Art and Poetry, Patmore on,

extracts, ii. 95-103.



450



COVENTRY PATMORE



"Athenaeum, The," criticisms
in, i. i6i ; parody of "The
Angel," i. 170, ii. 231, 255,
256; and "My Friends and
Acquaintance," i. 17 ; and the
Prse-Raphaelites, ii. 231-233 ;
and Carlyle's letters to Pat-
more, ii. 309 ; and H. Patmore,
i. 298 ; also i. 62, ii. 184-185,
223.

"Aurora Leigh," ii. 183, 185,
186.

Austin, Alfred, letters to Pat-
more, ii. 370-371.

Autobiography of Patmore, ii.
40-56 ; Father Hopkins and,
ii. 349.

"Awakening, The," i. 272.

"Azalea, The," i. 146.

"Baby Land," ii. 239.

Bach, ii. 99.

Baddeley, St. Clair, ii. 263 ; let-
ters to, ii. 267 ; letters from,
i. 20-21, ii. 371-373.

Baeckmann, Maria, see Stevens,
Maria.

Bailey, Philip, Patmore on, i.
90.

"Balder Dead," ii. 184.

" Barnes, William — An English
Classic," ii. 257-258, 262-
263.

Barnes, William, Patmore on, i.
208, 254, 261, 266, ii. 257-
258, 264; letters to, ii. 227-
231; letters from, ii. 358-362.

Barnes, Mrs. William, ii. 228.

" Beatrice," of Dante, sixth cen-
tenary of, i. 340.

Bentley, i. 226, 352.

" Betrothal, The," i. 35, 99, 154,
159-171, ii. 180.

Bible, The, Patmore's interpre-
tation of, ii. 26.

"Bismarck," water-colour sketch



by Bertha Patmore, ilhis. ii.
.138.

Bishop, Mrs., ii. 106 ; letters to
ii. 240-245.

Blackwood, W., i. 10, 22-24;
letters to P. G. Patmore, ii.
430-442.

" Blackwood's Magazine," Lock-
hart and, i. 10; P. G. Pat-
more and, i. 7, 9, 10, 22-25,
51, 52, ii. 430-442 ; Patmore
on his father's connection
with, i. 24, 25 ; review of
Patmore's early poems, i. 51-
53; "The Looker On," i.
248.

Blake, William, ii. 100.

Blanchard, Laman, i. 49, 51-
53>. 129.

Blessington, Lady, i. 58.

Bockmann, Maria, see Stevens,
Maria.

Bodenham, De La Barre, ii.

54, 131, 132.

Bodiam Castle, ii. no.

Bohn's Translations, i. 61.

" Bow Set in the Cloud, The,"
i. 319.

" Boy Poet, The," i. 45-48.

Boyd, Dr. (A. K. H. B.), on the
"Garland," i. 201-205.

Brantwood, i. 284-285.

Brett, J., and E. A. Patmore,
i. 132 ; drawing of M. C. Pat-
more by, illus. i. 210; draw-
ing of Patmore by, illus. i. 84.

Bridges, Robert, and Father
Hopkins, ii. 246; and Pat-
more, i. 318, 377 ; letters to,
ii. 246-252; letters from, ii.

373-374-

British Museum, The, i. 64, 65,
68-80, ii. 49, 301-302; com-
pared with the Louvre, ii. 192.

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett,
i- i93> 257, ii- 185, 236.



INDEX



451



Browning, Robert, i. 50, 90, 93,

no, 130, i5o> 167, ii. 239,

264, 292-293; letter to, i. 193;

letters from, ii. 315-317; see

under separate titles of books,

etc.
Burne-Jones, Sir E., ii. 328 ;

letters from, ii. 329-330.
Burns, Robert, i. 90, ii. 228.
Busk, R. H., letter to Harriet

Patmore, i. 339-341-
Butler, Bishop, Patmore and

works of, ii. 19, 47, 48, 50,

146, 265.
" Buxted," see " Heron's Ghyll."
Byles, Miss, i. 209; see Patmore,

Mary.
Byron, Lord, i. 23, 37, 38, 44,

ii- 435-



Calderon, ii. 250, 260.
Campbell, Dykes, ii. 373; letters
to, ii. 263-266; letters from,

ii- 394-396-
Campbell, Thomas, i. 17.
Campden Hill, i. 280, 363.
"Canticles," i. 318, ii. 244.
Cardella, Father, ii. 54, 55.
Carlyle, Mrs., i. 118.
Carlyle, Thomas, i. 87, 130, 167,

280-282, 365, ii. 148-150;

letters from, 309-315.
" Caves of Dahra," i. 63.
Cayley, Charles Bagot, i. 93.
Champneys, Basil, i. 306, 314,

334-339, ii- 1 34-1 38, 246;

letters to, i. 344, ii. 273.
Champneys, Dr., i. 344.
Chaplains, i. 231.
" Charivari man," The, i. 39, 43.
" Chatsworth," i. 7, 45.
Chatteris, i. 59.
Chaucer, i. 30, 31.
Chelsea Hospital, Carlyle and,

ii. 314.



"Children's Garland, The," i-
157, 200-209, ii- 119, 3235
The London School Board
and, i. 205.

"Child's Purchase, The," i. 160,
246, 250, 254, 288.

"Christ, Kingdom of," ii. 172.

Christie, Mr., duel with John
Scott, i. 10-16, ii. 411-429.

Church, The, ii. 17-30.

"City Poems," i. 187.

Classic and Romantic Schools,
The, ii. 10 1.

Clifton, Bishop of, ii. 133.

Cleghorn, ii. 439.

Clough, ii. 175, 389.

Club, Savile, i. 280.

" Cockney, The School," i. .23.

"Cockneyism," Bulwer Lytton
on, i. 56.

"Coin of the Realm, Concerning
Cutting and Carving, with
some Thoughts of Tampering
with the," i. 201-205.

Colburn, i. 6, 7, 52, ii. 409-410.

Coleridge, S. T., Bulwer Lytton
on, i. 55 ; Hazlitt's attacks
on, i. 19, ii. 265 ; influence
on Patmore, i. 50 ; Patmore
on, i. 19, 20, 105-107, ii. 98,
III, 144, 149, 152, 153, 155,
432, 441-442-

Colonial Office, The, i. 76.

Colvin, Sidney, letters to, ii.
267-268 ; letters from, ii. 386-

387-

Conversation, Patmore's atti-
tude in, i. 364-366, 394.

Cornwall, Patmore in, i. 114.

" Cornwall, Barry," ii. 44 ; see
Procter, B. W.

Country life, i. 4, 235-242.

Coup d'Etat, The, i. 72, 76.

"Courage in Politics," ii. 389.

"Court Journal, The," i. 7, ii.
409-410.



452



COVENTRY PATMORE



Courthope, W. J., letter from,

ii. 370.
Cousin, ii. 160.
Cowley, Bulwer Lytton on, i.

55-
Crashaw, ii. 253.

Craven, Mrs., ii. 106, 240, 244.

" Critic, The," and early poems,

i. 50, 51; Ruskin on "The

Victories of Love " in, ii. 280-

282.
Cross, ii. 169,
"Cruise of the Rover, The,"

ii- 255.

" Daisy, The," ii. 305.
Darner, Capt. S. D., and W.

Barnes, ii. 358-359.
Dante, i. 30, 31, 138, ii. 98, 99 ;

sixth centenary of "Beatrice,"

i. 340.
*' Dante and Beatrice," picture

by Rossetti, ii. 281.
" Dante in Exile," i. 93.
Darling, Dr., and duel between

Scott and Christie, i. 11, 13,

i5> ii- 415. 422, 423.
^' Day of Judgment," quotation

from Swift's, ii. 238.
" De Hautefort, Madame, and

her Contemporaries," i. 109,

33°-
"De Natura Deorum," i. 260,

317-
De Vere, Sir Vere and Patmore,

ii. 190, 198.
De Vere, Aubrey, i. 142, 198,

208, ii. 54, 107, III, 122, 124,

209, 211, 213, 224, 304; on
Patmore, i. 96, 209; on "The
Angel in the House," i. 159,

172, 175) ii- 336-339. 341-
342; and the "Odes," i. 317,
ii. 242-243 ; on "Principle in
Art," ii. 339-340 ; Patmore
and poems of, i. 206 ; and



Emily H. Patmore, i. 264;

letters from, ii. 331-342.
"Deliciae Sapientise de Amore,"

i. 261, 278.
" Deluge, The," by Poussin,

Patmore on, ii. 191-192.
Denbigh, Lord, ii. 54.
Dennis, John, letters to, i. 329,

ii. 269-270.
Deville, the "Charivari man,"

i- 39, 43-

Diary of Patmore, i. 83-84, 120-
121, 141-148.

"Dieu et Ma Dame," i. 319.

Dighton, C. K., Patmore's pro-
posed nom de plume, i. 166,
ii. 178.

D'Israeli, i. 8, 244.

" Distinction," essay by Patmore
in the "Fortnightly," ii. 259,

393-

" Divine Legation, The," ii. 47.

Dixon, Canon, ii. 247.

Dobell, Sydney, i. 130, ii. 174.

Dobson, Austin, i. 343 ; letters
from, ii. 369.

Doman, Henry, verses on Pat-
more, i. 383, ii. 400-402.

"DonJuan,"i. 37, 38.

Dormouse, Patmore's story of a,
i. 240.

Drama, The, Patmore's early
impressions of, i. 31.

" Draper, John Henry " (pseud-
onym of B. W. Procter), ii.

363, 364-
" Dream of Gerontius, The," i.

218, ii. 98.
Duckworth, Mrs. Herbert, see

Jackson, Julia.
Duel between Scotland Christie,

i. 10-16, ii. 411-429.



"Ecclesiastical Polity," ii. 47.
Edinburgh, Patmore at, ii. 47.



INDEX



453



" Edinburgh Review, The,"
notice of the " Angel," i. 172 ;
Patmore's articles in, i. 109,
193-194, ii. 43, 185; Dykes
Campbell on, ii. 394-395.

" Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-
seven," i. 244.

Eliot, George, i. 363.

Emerson, R. W., i. 94, 128, 198,
ii. 142, 160, 382 ; letter from,
ii. 382-383.

Emly, Lord, ii. 52.

" England, Young and Old," i.

94, 95-

English Catholics, letter to by
Patmore in " St. James's Ga-
zette," ii. 27-28.

English Language, Patmore and
use of, ii. 149-15 1.

" English Metrical Critics,"
essay on, i. 107, 109, 111-113,
254, ii. 386.

" English Odes, selected by Ed-
mund Gosse," ii. 252-253.

Epping Forest, boy life in, i. 4.

"Eros and Psyche," i. 317.

Essays by Patmore, i. 45, 108-

ii3> 3^9-333, 385, "• 217-
"Ethics of Art," i. 109, ii. 287-

288.
' ' Evangel of Love, The, " ii. 141.
Evangelist, Father, ii. 131,

132.
" Examiner, The," papers of

P. G. Patmore in, ii. 265, ii.

430-431-
" Excursion, The," ii. 98.
Extracts and Aphorisms, ii. 57-

112.

"Face, A," i. 150.

"Fairy Hunting Song," ii. 187.

"Faithful for Ever," i. 163,
169, 172, 175, ii. 168, 188,
228, 384 ; Ruskin on, ii.
279; Aubrey de Vere on, ii.



336-339 ; Dr. Garnett on, ii.

342-345-
" Farewell, A," i. 313 ; facsimile

of MS., ii. 82 ; quotation

from, ii. 240.
February, P. G. Patmore's essay

on, i. 26.
"February, The Third of," i.

.72.
Fielding, Lord, ii. 212.
"Firdausi in Exile," ii. 253,

.254, 255.
Fisher, Herbert, ii. 215.
Fisher, Mrs. Herbert, ii. 189;

letters to about Patmore's

death, i. 345-348.
" Flora," i. 295.
"Florilegium Amantis," ii. 222,

223, 385; Doman and, ii.

400-401.
Forman, Buxton, i. 109, 144,

letters to, ii. 270-271.
" Fors Clavigera," ii. 290-292,

296.
Forster, John, i. 58 ; letter from,

ii. 384-385-
"Fortnightly Review, The," i.

330, ii- 257-259-..

Franciscan Order, ii. 130, 131.

" Eraser's Magazine," Allingham
and, ii. 166; on "The Gar-
land," i. 201-205 ; Patmore's
contributions to, i. 63, 113;
Thackeray and, i. 62.

Fryer, Alfred, i. 59, 100, ii. 148,
149, 153-155, 157, 160, 161 ;
letters to Mr. Sutton, i. 59,
60, 94, 95.

Fryer, Mrs., i. 59, 60, 69, 94, 95.

" Fun," Patmore and, ii. 124.

Garnett, Dr., i. 17, 69, 80, 91,
108, 117, 122, 125, 129, 147,
175, 208; letters to, i. 147,
ii. 219-225; letter from, ii.

342-345-



454



COVENTRY PATMORE



Garnett, Mrs., i. 233, 239.
Gemmer, Mrs., letters to, i. 167,

ii. 236-239.
Genoa, ii. 197-202.
Gerard, ii. 192.

" Gerda Fay," see Mrs. Gemmer.
" Germ, The," i. 44, 82-84, 86,

89. ii- 13. 43> 170-171-
Germany, i. 286.
GilfiUan, ii. 172.
Gladstone, Rt. Hon. W. E.,

i. 319-320, ii, 107, 251.
Goethe, Bulwer Lytton on, i.

57; Patmore on, ii. 10 1,

107.
Gordon Riots, The, i. 3.
Gore, Mrs. Charles, i. 8, 36, 37,

39. 42, 43. ii- 191; letter
from, ii. 383.
Gore, Miss (afterwards Lady
Edward Thynne), i. 36, 42,

ii- 383-

Goring, J. H., verses on Pat-
more, ii. 398-399.

Gosse, Edmund, i. 118, 389, ii.
9-10, 316 ; letters to, i. 25, 32-
33, 338-339. 343. ii- 252-260 ;
letters from, ii. 254.

Gray, ii. 168.

Greenwood, F., ii. 197, 249, and
Patmore's death, ii. 400 ; and
H. J. Patmore, i. 298 ; letters
to, i. 319-321; letters from,
i. 320, 321-332, 327-329, ii.

387-393-
" Guardian, The," ii. 259, 395-

396.
Gurney, Sir Goldsworthy, and
his son, i. 114.

Hampstead, i. 97, 129, 134, 223,

351.
" Happy Wedding, The," i. 138.
Hardy, Thomas, letter to, ii.

261-262 ; letter from, ii. 262-

263.



Harrison, Frederic, i. 387-388.

Hastings, Old, drawing of by
T. R. Davison, t7/us. i. 370;
great storms at, i. 369-370, ii.
373; Patmore and Roman
Catholic Church at, i. 334-
339. ii- 31-33; Patmore at, i.
33. 34. loi, 138. 315. 334-
339. 368-380, ii. 263; The
Mansion at, i. 368-369, z7h(s.

i- 34-
" Hastings, Lewes, Rye, and the
Sussex Marshes, by C. P.,"

i- 330. ii- 370, 388-

Hawthorne, Julian, i. 259.

Hawthorne, Mr. and Mrs. Na-
thaniel, i. 97-99.

" Hazlitt cross-questioned," i.
22, ii. 439-441. _

Hazlitt, William, i. 7, 17-22, 66,
122, ii. 226-227, 265, 433-

435. 437-441. -s"^^ " Liber

Amoris."
Hazlitt, William (son of the

above), i. 20-21.
Hazlitt, W. C, i. 8, 16, 66 ; letter

to, i. 20-21.
"Heart's Delight," ii. 238.
Heine, Heinrich, i. 281.
Hendon, Monument in church-
yard at, z7/us. i. 158.
Henley, W. E., letter to, ii. 272 ;

letter from, ii. 393-394.
Hereford, ii. 131-132.
Hermitage, The, at Heron's

Ghyll, i7/us. i. 232.
"Heron's Ghyll," i. 225-234,

280, 286, 350-367 ; chapel

at, i. 231 ; t7/us. i. 228 ; i7/us.

i. 350 ; " The Hermitage " at,

z7/us. i. 232 ; Patmore at, ii.

109, 126-128.
Herrick, ii. 264, 300.
Highgate, i. 223.
Highwood Hill, i. 35, ii.

363-



INDEX



455



Hill, Dr. W. R., letter on Pat-
more's death, i. 345-348.

Holmes, Richard, i. 69.

" Holy Living," Taylor's, ii. 48,

Home Rule, i. 321.

"Homely Rhymes," ii. 228,
229.

Hooker, Patmore and works of,

ii- 19. 47>. 52-

" Hope against Hope," i. 95.

Hopkins, Father Gerard, i. 318,
ii. 40, 246-249 ; letters from,
ii- 345-355 ; on the "Angel,"

i- 175-

Houghton, Lord, see Monckton
Milnes.

Houghton, i. 377, ii. 134-138-

" Household Words," ii. 175.

" How I Managed and Im-
proved My Estate," i. 225,

233> 330. 32,^-

" How to Govern Lady-like
Races," i. 322.

Howard, Cardinal, ii. 54.

Howard, Mr., ii. 133.

Hunt, Holman, i. 82-86, ii. 322;
letters from, ii. 318-323 ; por-
trait of Patmore's mother, i. 5.

Hunt, Leigh, i. 22, 32, 33, 44,
50. 53> 58> 82, 97, ii.44, 430-

43ij 433) 438-
Hutton, Richard H., letters
from, ii. 380-382.

"Idylls of the King, The," i.
156, 194, ii. 308-309.

"Illuminated Magazine," i. 95.

" Imitations of Celebrated Au-
thors," i. 7, 66.

"In Memoriam," MS. of, i. 180;
Patmore and, i. 146, 195, ii.
173 ; Lady Tennyson and, ii.

303-

Inchbold, letters to, ii. 269-270 ;

death of, ii. 269.
"Inequality," i. 328.



" Infant Bridal, The, and Other

Poems," i. 206.
Interpolation by editors, i. 193-

194.
"Italian Poets, The Early,"

ii. 327-328.

Jackson, Dr., i. 236, ii. 122 ;

death of, ii. 215.
Jackson, Julia, ii. 189.
Jackson, Mrs., i. 208, 238, 308,

ii. 117, 120, 122, 218 ; letters

to, i. 157-158, ii. 189-218.
James, Henry, ii. 164, 201.
Jameson, Mrs., on " Liber

Amoris," i. 18.
"Jesus, Life of," ii. 48.
Jeweller's art, family association

with, i. 2.
Jewels, Patmore's love for, i. 2,

388-389.
Johnson's, Dr., " very religious

man," i. 27.
Jones, Winter, i. 76.
"Joseph and his Brethren, The

History of," i. 132.
Joseph, Father, ii. 140.
"Jottings for Poems," ii. 58-65.
"Joyful Wisdom, The," ii. 123.

Kean, Chas., i. 31; ii. 434,

436-

Keats, i. 22, 66; ii. 144, 435;
"Blackwood" and, i. 53;
Bulwer Lytton on, i. 55;
Father Hopkins on, ii. 350-
353 ; Patmore an alleged
follower of, i. 50 ; Patmore
and letters of, i. 67; Patmore
on, i. 91,94, 198; ii. 144, 147,
221, 222, 226-227, 252, 26S,
271 ; Patmore on Colvin's
" Keats," ii. 350, 387.

" Keats, Life and Letters of,"
i. 65, 66 ; ii. 439.

Keble, ii. 19, 20.



456



COVENTRY PATMORE



" King Arthur," i. 156.

" Kingdom of Christ," ii. 172.

Kingsley, ii. 181.

Knowles, Sheridan, i. 18, 198.



"Ladies' Praise," i. 114.

"Lady Alice," ii. 174.

" Lady of Shalott, The," ii. 142,

159-

" Lady-like Races, How to Gov-
ern," i. 322.

"L' Allegro," i. 235, 258, 361,
362.

Lamb, Charles, letters to P. G.
Patmore, i. 25.

Lambert, Agnes, letter to Gar-
nett on Patmore, ii. 223-224.

"Lament," i. 304-305.

Landor, W. S., on the " Angel,"
i. 167.

Lang, Andrew, " Life of Lock-
hart," i. 10, 15.

Latouche, Mrs., ii. 242.

" Lauerwinkel, Baron," ii. 438 ;
see Lockhart.

Laureateship, Patmore and, i.
341-343. ii- 183, 251.

Law, The, Patmore's studies in,

^- 59-
Lawson, Sir John, ii. 133.

" Lectures on Poetry," by Haz-

litt, i. 22, ii. 433-434.
Leghorn, ii. 203-206.
" Leisure Hour, The," John

Dennis on Patmore in, ii. 269.
Leonardo da Vinci, ii. 191.
Lerici, Patmore at, ii. 203.
" Let Be," facsimile of MS., i.

250-
" Letters on England," i. 8, ii.

435-
" Liber Amoris," Hazlitt's, i.

18-22 : ii. 265 : Patmore's,

i. 122, 135-141.
"Life Drama," ii. 185, 187.



"Lilian," i. 44, ii. 153; Bulwer
Lytton on, i. 56.

" Little Edith," poem in
" Eraser," i. 63, 1 13.

Locker-Lampson, F., i. 280,
letters from, ii. 367-369.

Lockhart, J. G., ii. 433, 438 ;
and Scott-Christie duel, i. 10,
ii. 420-429 ; Lang's life of, i.
10, 15.

London, Life in, i. 280-285.

London Institution, The, P. G.
Patmore and, i. 7.

" London Magazine, The," duel
of editor, i. 10 ; P. G. Patmore
on Keats in, i. 66, ii. 435 ; P.
G. Patmore and, i. 7.

London School Board, The, and
the "Garland," i. 205.

Longfellow, Patmore on, ii.
182.

" Looker-On, The," i. 248.

Lourdes, i. 257, 277, 286-293,
ii. 56.

Louvre, The, ii. 191-192.

"Love and Money," i. 138.

"Love is Enough," ii. 97.

"Love's Apology," i. 114, 180.

Lymington, monument to Pat-
more at, 348-349 ; illus. title-
page and, i. 348 ; Patmore
at, i. 343.345, 381-393; Pat-
more's house at, ii. 251 ; illus.

^- 380.
Lytton, Sir E. B., i. 8, ii. 410;
letter from, i. 54-57, 81.

" Macbeth," Essay on, i. 45, 86,

92, ii. 43.
Macmillan, Messrs., i. 200,

245-
" Macmillan's Magazine," notice

of the "Angel" in, i. 172;

Patmore on Barnes in, ii.

229, 230, 358-360.
Macready, i. 31.



INDEX



457



" Maga," see " Blackwood's
Magazine."

Malory, Sir Thomas, i. 194.

Manning, Cardinal, and Mary
Patmore, i. 210, 212, 214,
217; letters to W. R, S.
Ralston on Patmore's poems,
ii. 375 ; Patmore and, i. 142,

ii- 36-39-

Manresa, i. 306, ii. 130.

" Mansion, The," Hastings, i.
34, 368-369 ; illus. i. 34.

Marshall, James, i. 208, 266, ii.
190.

Marshall, Julia, and Emily Pat-
more, ii. 117, 119, 121 ;
medallion of Emily H. Pat-
more by, i. 266, ii. 119, 121,
123, 125; illus. ii. 124.

Marshall, Hon. Mrs., and Emily
Patmore, ii. 118, 119, 124;
ii. 198.

Marston, John, ii. 388.

Martin, John, ii. 191.

Mary Christina, Sister, see Pat-
more, Emily Honoria.

Mathematics, Patmore's studies
in, i. 31, 46, ii. 42-43.

"Maud," i. 183, 193, ii. 181,

304-

McCaul, Rev., ii. 222.

"Meditations," by Mrs. Cra-
ven (?), ii. 244.

"Memoirs," by Blanco White,
ii. 48.

"Merry England," i. 341.

" Merry Murder, The," quota-
tion from, ii. 240, 251.

Metre, i. 111-113, 161, 243, ii.
242 ; Ruskin on, ii. 267-268.

" Metrical Law, A Prefatory
Studyof English," i. 109, iii-
113, 254; Ruskin on, ii. 284-
285.

Meynell, Mrs. (Alice C. Thomp-
son), Patmore and, i. 341-



342 ; Patmore on, i. 330, ii.
267, 397 ; Greenwood on, ii.

393-

Meynell, Wilfrid, i. 341.

Millais, i. 83, 85, 91, 93, ii. 232-
233, 289; letters from, ii. 326-
327; portrait of E. A. Pat-
more by, ii. 326 ; illus. i. 116.

Milan Cathedral, ii. 305-306.

Milnes, Monckton, i. 32, 63-67,
70, 280, ii. 302 ; letters to, ii.
225-227; letter from, i. 64-
65; on the "Angel," i. 169;
letter to, on the "Betrothal,"
i. 35; "Life and Letters of
Keats," i. 65, 66.

Milton, i. 30, 31, 46, 277, ii.
250.

" Mirror of the Months, The,"
']• 8, 25-27, 35.

Missions, Pious Society of, i.
334-339, 380, ii. 31-33.

" Modern Painters," ii. 287-288.

Monks, ii. 132, 133.

Monsell, Mr., ii. 207, 211; see
Lord Emly.

Montagu, Mrs. Basil, i. 31-32.

Monteith, R., i. 285, ii. 54, 376-

377-

Monument, in Hendon Church-
yard, illus. i. 158; to Patmore
at Lymington, illus. title-page,
i. 348.

Moore, Ur. Norman, i. 344.

Morris, William, i. 86, ii. 97.

" Morte d' Arthur," i. 156.

"Motherly, Mrs.," i. 120.

Motto for the "Odes," i. 258.

Moxon, Edward, i. 59.

Murray, Miss, and Emily Pat-
more, ii. 117, 118.

"Music Master, The," i. 155,
ii. 166-188.

" Music's Duel," ii. 253.

" My Friends and Acquaint-
ance," i. 7, 8, 17, 22,42, 166.



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" My Sister's Sleep," i. 92.

"National Magazine, The," ii.

185.
Nature and poetry, ii. 102-103.
Navy, The Royal, i. 322-324.
"New Monthly, The," i. 7, 52.
Newman, Cardinal, ii. 20, 98,

325-326; letters from, ii. 80,

377-

Newport, Bishop of, ii. 131, 132.

Newspapers, The, i. 320-333,
371, ii. 251.

Nice, ii. 189-197.

" Nicholas Nickleby," i. 42.

Nickisson, i. 62, 63.

"Night and Sleep," i. 112.

"Noctes Ambrosianfe," i. 23.

' ' North American Review, The, "
ii. 9-10.

" North British Review," and
" My Friends and Acquaint-
ance," i. 16; Patmore on
Barnes in, ii. 230 ; Patmore
on Shakespeare in, ii. 44.

" North, Christopher," see Wil-
son, John.

Norton, Hon. Mrs., i. 8.

"Notes for Prose," ii. 69-78.

Notre Dame, Cathedral of, ii.
191.

Novels, ii. 164, 261.

" Nursery Rhymes, by Mrs
Motherly," i. 132.

" Nursery Stories," i. 132.

O'Connell, Father, i. 347, ii. 35.

" Ode on Immortality," i. 47,
277.

"Odes,"The, i. 243-262 ; Carlyle
and, i. 281, ii. 309-310; Au-
brey De Vere and, i. 317, ii.
242-243 ; Mrs. Meynell and,
i. 342; R. Monteith and, ii.
376-377; Motto for, i. 258;
Emily H. Patmore and, i.



274-279; Mary Patmore and,
i. 217 ; Procter and, ii. 362,
365 ; Roman Catholics and,
ii. 240-241 ; Ruskin and, i.
250, ii. 284; Sir H. Taylor
and,ii.367; mentioned, i. 113,
121, 161, 176, 188, 217, 241-
242, 278, 299, 315, 321, 349,

356, 361, 373. ii- 9-1O) 161,

223, 238, 381.
"Old Lands," see "Heron's

Ghyll."
Oilier, Charles, i. i ; letter on

P. G. Patmore, i. 29.
Orme, Mrs., i. 128.
"Outlandish Knight, The," i.

205.
Oxford, i. 86, 377.

Painting, family associations

with, i. 2.
"Pair of Blue Eyes, A," ii. 262.
Palgrave, F. T., i. 281.
" Pall Mall Gazette, The," i. 31 9 ;

" Odes " appear in, i. 246.
Panizzi, i. 70, 76, 77, 78, ii.

444-445- ..

Pantasaph, ii. 133, 140.

"Paradise Lost," i. 311.

Paris, i. 35-43, ii- 190-193; Pat-
more on siege of, i. 287,

"Passover, The," ii. 232.

"Pathos and Delight," i. 342,

ii- 393-
Patmore, Bertha, i. 2, 145, 151,
ii. 238 ; letters from, i. 346-
348; letters to, ii. 138-140,
299 ; at Lourdes, i. 288 ; F.
Locicer-Lampson and draw-
ings by, ii. 368 ; Ruskin and
drawings by, i. 283, ii. 291-
297 ; sketch of Hermitage by,
illus. i. 232 ; sketch of St.
Mary Star of the Sea by, illus.
ii. 32 ; sketch of Bismark by,
illus., ii. 138.



INDEX



459



Patmore, Coventry, photo of,
by Barraud, illus. i. fronf, ;
drawing of, by J. Brett, R. A.,
ilhis. i. 84 ; medallion of, by
Woolner, illus. i. 88 ; photo
of, by Bradshaw, ilhis. i. 332;
portrait of, by J. S. Sargent,
illus. ii. front. ; from a sketch
by Sargent, illus. ii. 58; an-
cestry, i. I ; childhood, i. 3 ;
boyhood, i. 30-48 ; first marri-
age, i. 67, 129; extracts from
his diary, i. 141-148 ; second
marriage, i. 77, 133, 191,214;
third marriage, i. 339 ; and
his father, i. 3, 9, 18, 25, 26,
27, 30-33, 36-42; described
by his father, i. 45-48 ; his
mother and, i. 5, 6 ; and his
children, i. 356 ; and his
children's portraits, i. 84 ;
and his friends, i. 191-199;
at British Museum, i. 64, 65,
68-80, ii. 49, 301-302 ; pen-
sioned, i. 78 ; country life, i.
4, 235-242 ; his lung weak-
ness, i. 77, 78, 224; illnesses
of, i. 160, 343-345' 39i. "•
hi; death of, i. 345-348;
burial of, i. 348 ; monument
to, at Lymington, i. 348-349 ;
personal characteristics, i. 94-
104, 393-396 ; abstraction, i.
240-242 ; aristocratic attitude
of, ii. 14-16 ; love of exagger-
ation, i. 373 ; optimism in
his private affairs, i. 80, 141,
360-361, 372; pessimism with
regard to public affairs, i,
321, 324, 389; taciturnity in
society, i. 364-366 ; tenacity
of purpose, i. 30, 34 ; prin-
ciples and ideals, ii. 3-16 ; as
an artist, i. 2, 35 ; his sketches,
i. 4 ; interest in agriculture, i.
235 ; as a man of business, i.



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